Kiedy dwa lata temu, w styczniu 2016 roku uruchomiłem mojego bloga postawiłem sobie ambitne zadanie pisania po angielsku. Stwierdziłem, że nie dość, że dotrę do szerokiej, ogólnoświatowej publiczności to jeszcze poprawię swój angielski. Same plusy!
Short answer? Yes.. and damn I’d like to join this party. Here on my blog I will publish every step of my way to profitable online business. Join me!
But let’s take a closer look at those numbers, shell we?
Imagine you just get off the plane in Thailand.
You take a cab and head to the beach house you rented on Airbnb for the next month. During the road you get an email with income report from the last month. $5,243 from your few niche online businesses (ads and paid memberships), $17,353 from affiliation programs and $1,214 from couple iPhone apps you own. $23,810 in total.
I love conferences. I love meetups. I love good talks.
No wonder that I’ve seen plenty of them. I’d like to share with you talks that I enjoyed, talks that motivated and inspired me and talks that had impact on my life.
Money can be a sensitive subject, especially in classic corporate business. As always things are a bit different in IT.
It’s quite common and desirable nowadays for computer-related job offers to have known salary ranges. Time is money, as they say, so wasting your time for a job that has rates below your expectations or recruiting a person who will quit right after reveling the salary is just nobody’s business.
Don’t waste each other’s time. Put the money on the table.
I would like to tell you a story. My personal dev story of how I’ve become a programmer.
I was born in 1986 in Warsaw (Poland). When I was around 10 years old I got my first computer, Commodore 64. Oh! What a machine it was. Keyboard with CPU inside, tape recorder two joysticks and few tapes loaded with games (do you remember?:)).